Issues that women in your age group face when attempting

What are the three most pressing issues that women in your age group face when attempting to access proper nutrition and adequate exercise? What resource would you recommend (either a physical or online resource) to a woman in your age range to help them improve their nutrition?

Issues that women in your age group face when attempting

Read Chapter 9 New Dimensions in Women’s Health (Seventh Edition)
Linda Lewis Alexander, Judith LaRosa, Helaine Bader, Susan Garfield, William James Alexander
Accessing proper nutrition and getting adequate exercise are health benefits and struggles that women face throughout the life span. If your last name starts with A-I please respond to the following question for women under the age of 25.  Also, If your last name starts with J-R please respond to the following question for women between the ages of 26-55. If your last name starts with the letters S-Z please respond to the following questions for women ages 56 and above.

What are the three most pressing issues that women in your age group face when attempting to access proper nutrition and adequate exercise?
What resource would you recommend (either a physical or online resource) to a woman in your age range to help them improve their nutrition?

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How does age play a role in nutritional challenges?

Aging is linked to a variety of changes in the body, including muscle loss, thinner skin and less stomach acid. … Low stomach acid can affect the absorption of nutrients, such as vitamin B12, calcium, iron and magnesium (1, 2 ). Another challenge of aging is a reduced need for calories.

What are possible nutritional concerns facing the elderly population?
Degenerative diseases such as cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and cancer. Which are among the most common diseases affecting older persons, are all diet-affected.

What effects do a healthful diet and regular exercise have on the aging process?

Physical activity increases blood flow to your whole body, including your brain. Studies suggest regular exercise is associated with better brain function and reduces stress and depression — factors that affect memory. Eat a healthy diet. A heart-healthy diet may benefit your brain.